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Non-bank Lender Trident Mortgage to Pay Over $22 Million for Redlining By Charlene Crowell

By Charlene Crowell, Courtesy of Trice Edney Newswire A four-year investigation begun by Pennsylvania’s state attorney general attracted the support and resources of the United...

California Atty Gen. Bonta Joins Coalition Pushing Back on “Pay to Pay” Mortgage Fees

By Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media Last week, California Attorney General Rob Bonta called on the federal government to outlaw additional fees...

Vice President Kamala Harris to announce reforms to ease the burden of medical debt

By Stacy M. Brown, The Washington Informer One-in-three adults in the United States are saddled with medical debt, which now counts as the largest source...

COVID-19 Worsens Debt Collector Harassment

By Charlene Crowell, Senior Fellow with the Center for Responsible Lending Recalling its earlier research on the family wealth lost as a result of the...

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Gives a Green Light to Predatory Payday Lenders

Ability-to-Repay Stripped from Regulation By Charlene Crowell, Senior Fellow with the Center for Responsible Lending As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc throughout the country, the Consumer...

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Each year we partner with San Diego County Youth Football Teams to give need-based grants to some of their athletes.  This grant covers the cost of the athlete participating in the organization. This is a joint effort with Rudolph A. Johnson III, CEO of Neighborhood House Association and the Phi Omicron and Beta Nu Nu Chapters of The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The outyear goal is to establish a grant with each of the 15 teams across San Diego county.

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